TITANIUM SPORT BRACELET

TITANIUM SPORT BRACELET

Wrestling isn’t for a person who can’t find inner strength, endurance and drive. During wrestling matches, athletes are often thrown around and slammed on the mat. In practice, participants are push the limits on every mental and physical level to build the characteristics that make a wrestler successful. For many, the sport also entails a change in diet so competitions will be performed in specific a weight class. With all of these hurdles, wrestlers often find it hard to stay motivated. When wrestlers find it hard to stay up, they can deal with it in many different ways.

  1. Remember why you’re a wrestler. Some athletes want a shot at the Olympics or a college scholarship. Others just want to stay in shape, or spend time with friends who wrestle. Whatever your reason, make sure your efforts align with what you want to get out of the sport. This will keep everything in perspective and help you stay focused.
  2. Train, and spend time outside of practice, with the leaders of your wrestling team. Motivational guru Tony Robbins, in his book “Unlimited Power,” explains that your peer group is among the most powerful forces for your motivation and mental state. If you spend time with the most motivated wrestlers around you, you will remain or become motivated yourself.
  3. Watch movies of exciting and impressive wrestling matches, particularly matches that show somebody achieving your personal wrestling goal. Sports movies about wrestling, like “Vision Quest,” can also serve to inspire and motivate you.
  4. Have a formal procedure for before practice and before competition. This could be listening to certain songs on your ipod, a set of stretches and warmups or a session of reflection. The key is to make it the same every time. If you’re feeling unmotivated before you wrestle, going through the process that will help put you in the right state of mind.
  5. Track your progress toward your goals. Mark on your calendar, a chart or your bathroom mirror your number of wins, pins, chinups — whatever number best serves to strike a chord as to why you’re putting up with the hard parts of the sport. Watching your progress build can put you back up if you’re starting to feel down.

Wrestling isn’t for the faint of heart, but always remember that you can achieve anything if you don’t give up and you stay motivated!